Great academic opportunities: 18 calls for papers, 7 postdocs, 4 jobs, 2 visiting positions, 2 PhD fellowships, 2 winter schools

Dear ES/PE community member, see below an abundant list of great academic call for papersopportunities: 18 calls for papers for conferences and workshops (some are partially or fully funded), 7 post-doc positions, 4 job openings, 2 visiting positions, 2 PhD fellowships, 2 winter schools — in various areas of economic sociology, political economy, and related fields, with October 25 – November 24 deadlinesShare this post with your colleagues and students. Good luck!

Calls for Papers:

> CfP: “Money Power in Politics” conference, University of Hyderabad (India), 9-10 January, 2020. DL: October 30

> CfP: “Critical Differences at Work“, The 38th International Labour Process Conference, Newcastle University (Newcastle, UK), 15-17 April 2020. DL: October 30

> CfP: “Disrupting Technology: Contextualising Continuity and Change in Technology, Work and Employment” workshop, Centre for Employment Relations Innovation and Change, University of Leeds (UK), 16-17 January 2020. There are limited travel and fee bursaries for low-income and early-career researchers. DL: October 31

> CfP:  “Minsky at 100: Revisiting Financial Instability” international conference, Università Cattolica in Milan (Italy), December 16-17, 2019. The keynoters: Michael Kumhof and Bruce Greenwald. DL: October 31

> CfP: “Frontiers of Political Economy”, The 11th Australian International Political Economy Network workshop, University of Sydney (Australia). Limited travel and accommodation bursaries will be available for HDR students. DL: November 1 

> CfP: “Understanding Inequalities” conference, University of Edinburgh on 9-10th June 2020 (Scotland, UK). The keynoters: Ingrid Schoon,  Susan McVie, Emer Smyth, Patrick Sharkey. DL: November 1

> CfP: “Teaching Ethics To Economists: Challenges and Benefits” workshop, University of Ulster – London (UK ), 20th March 2020. DL: November 1

> CfP: “The International Debt Crisis Revisited, 1979-1991” conference on 16-17 March at and on 18-19 March 2020, University of Florence (Italy). Reasonable travel and accommodation costs will be covered. DL: November. DL: November 3

> CfP: “Inequality and Identity in Consumer Markets, Media and Industries”, the 9th Child and Teen Consumption Conference, Rutgers University – Camden (New Jersey, USA), June 16-18, 2020. The keynoters:  Amy Best, Helle Strandgaard Jensen, Fikile Nxumalo. hD Research Workshop will be held on June 15. DL: November 5

> CfP: “Engaging with Cultural Political Economy: Neoliberal Crises and Diverse Imaginaries”, the 4th International Conference on Cultural Political Economy, University of Lancaster (UK), 8-10 January 2020. DL: November 8

> CfP: The 84th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought, Hokkaido University (Japan), 30-31 May 2020. DL: November 9

> CfP: “The Great Transition: Building Utopias”, Historical Materialism conference, Montreal (Canada) 21-24 May, 2020. DL: November 11

> CfP: “Varieties of Capitalism in the Mediterranean (18-20 c.)“, the 4th International Conference in Economic and Social History, Ionian University, Corfu (Greece), 1-3 October 2020. The keynoter: Giorgio Riello. DL: November 15

> CfP: The BHC Doctoral Colloquium in Business History, Charlotte, North Carolina (USA), March 12-14, 2020. The colloquium held jointly with the BHC meeting. All participants receive a stipend that partially defrays travel costs. DL: November 15

> CfP: “Change and Exchange“, The International Society for Intellectual History conference, European University Institute (Florence, Italy), 27 – 29 May 2020. The keynoters: Giancarlo Casale, Emmanuelle de Champs, Laszlò Kontler, Glenda Sluga. DL: November 15

> CfP: The 16th Workshop on New Institutionalism in Organization Theory, University of Southern Denmark (Denmark), March 5-6, 2020. DL: November 16

> CfP:  “Political Economy of Agricultural Policies” workshop, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Halle (Germany), March 5 – 6, 2020. There is no fee for attending the workshop. DL: November 17

> CfP: “Speculative Endeavors: Cultures of Knowledge and Capital in the Long 19th century” conference, University of Bayreuth (Germany), October 22–24, 2020. Organizers hope to be able to cover travel expenses for all speakers. DL: November 22

Postdoctoral Positions: 

> Post-doctoral position in Political Economy and Development, Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon (France). DL: October 25

> Postdoctoral Fellow to work on a “From Entrepreneurship to Rentiership: The Changing Dynamics of Innovation in Technoscientific Capitalism” project, York University, Toronto (Canada). DL: October 31

> Postdoctoral researcher for a comparative project on class analysis, skills and labor market inequalities, Sciences Po (Paris, France). DL: October 31

> Two Postdoctoral researchers for project “Polarization and its discontents: does rising economic inequality undermine the foundations of liberal societies?“, The School of Social Sciences, Goethe University Frankfurt, (Germany). DL: October 31

> Postdoctoral Position at the Cluster of Excellence “The Politics of Inequality“, University  of Konstanz (Germany). DL: November 5

> Post-doctoral Researcher on Labour Market Flexibilisation, Leiden Law School (The Netherlands). DL: November 17

PhD Fellowships:

> PhD positions in Economic History, Department of Economy and Society, University of Gothenburg (Sweden). DL: October 31

> PhD candidate in Political Theory of Financial Debt, Department of Political Sciences, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands). DL: November 17

Job openings:

> Assistant Professorship (Tenure Track) in International Political Economy, University of St. Gallen (Switzerland). DL: October 25

> Tenure/Tenure Track Business and Public Policy Position, The Business, Government & Society department, University of Texas at Austin (USA). DL: October 31

> Director for the Research Institute for the Evaluation of Public Policies, Trento (Italy). Eligible applicants are professors or researchers in Economics, Sociology, Statistics. DL: November 5

> Lecturer in Economic Sociology, Department of International Business & Economics, University of Greenwich (UK). DL: November 24

Visiting positions:

> Scholar in Residence, the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne (Germany). Leading scholar in comparative and international political economy or economic sociology is invited to spend 3-6 months at the Institute. DL: October 31 

> Visiting Fellowship Programme in the History of Knowledge (2 weeks), Lund University (Sweden). DL: November 1

Winter Schools:

> CfA: “EU-Asia Politics and Markets Studies” winter school,  Department of Political and Social Science, University of Bologna (Italy), 17-20 February 2020. No fees; lunches, farewell reception and materials will be available for free. DL: November 10

> CfA: PhD Winter School on “New Political Economy of Europe: Re-Engaging the Street“, The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at University College Dublin (Ireland), 15-16 January 2020. Up to €500 will be covered. DL: November 15

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